While I was busy playing with yellow this week someone else decided to make herself more comfortable than her fleece blanket alone allows.
To my shame, I have two tall-ish stacks of prints that have been living on the floor of the studio because there's no room for them on the shelves. I haven't been able to work fast enough or hard enough to clear space for them yet. And then I was blessed to be given this bundle of fat quarters for my participation in Hands 2 Help this year!
They will be fun to use; the colors and prints are happy and whimsical. However, this week my efforts have been focused on my yellow scraps. I've had to pace myself as it appears I've abused my hands and wrists recently, perhaps through the spurt of gardening I did. It was bad enough that I called my osteopath for an appointment. She's booked up (and out of town) until the first week of July. I made the appointment but I'm hoping if I pamper myself I won't need to see her by then. Nevertheless, I made quite a few blocks this week!
It was fun to make a few boats again. If you look closely you'll be able to see that I've thrown in some batik scraps too. I've pretty well decimated my yellow scrap patches at this point. I could easily make more - well, maybe not easily, but I have plenty of yellow that could be cut up. ;- )
I'm linking up with the other rainbow scrappers over at So Scrappy. There's so much scrappy goodness over there!